BOGS


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BOGSBoard of Graduate Studies (UK)
BOGSBritish Organic Geochemical Society (UK)
BOGSBusiness Opportunities in the Government Sector (Wisconsin)
BOGSBank of Greece Securities Settlement System
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Tracle, me darlint, and I wish I may be drownthed dead in a bog, if it's not mesilf, Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, Barronitt, that'll make a houl bushel o' love to yur leddyship, in the twinkling o' the eye of a Londonderry purraty.
While I am in this unsettled frame of mind, my pony approaches a dim, black, winding line, where the bog must be crossed for the hundredth time at least.
Sand being blown over it by the winds gave it the appearance of solid ground, whereas it was a bog.
I watched him striding along, through bog and brier, tapping with his stick, until he turned the end of a hill and disappeared in the next hollow.
It's like jumping from one bog to another, all through a swamp; borrow of one to pay another, and then borrow of another to pay one,--and these confounded notes falling due before a man has time to smoke a cigar and turn round,--dunning letters and dunning messages,--all scamper and hurry-scurry.
You'll have to seek for her shoes in the bog to-morrow.
Hetty's was a spring-tide beauty; it was the beauty of young frisking things, round-limbed, gambolling, circumventing you by a false air of innocence--the innocence of a young star- browed calf, for example, that, being inclined for a promenade out of bounds, leads you a severe steeplechase over hedge and ditch, and only comes to a stand in the middle of a bog.
According to relevant officials, the provincial government is satisfied with the performance of the BoGs of Lady Reading Hospital and Hayatabad Medical Complex while the boards of other institutions would be replaced.
Whether there is snow or not, tours of the bog will be available a 11 a.
The carse lands in and around Stirling were formerly peat bogs, created through the growth of mosses.
WIRRAL now has its own gin, made in a copper pot still known as Thumbelina and infused with Bog Myrtle.